Its called playing for the foul... So many players do that in penalty area, it doesn't matter how heavier the touch is, bottom line is he was denied a goal scoring opportunity.
No the touch was that heavy that if there hadn't been contact we'd all be mocking Suarez for being an oaf and costing his team an opportunity.
He lost control of the ball ergo had no opportunity to score.
I thought the red was harsh but I understand it. Surely in a circumstance like that then the pen is enough?
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Haha, 'sif the keeper was trying to "half him".
Been all Mexico. Combination of shyte finishing (Vela once more showing his inability to hit a cow's arse with a banjo, already amply demonstrated at The Arse) and Lloris have kept in goalless at the break.
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